What a wild win for the New York Mets last night as they came from behind to beat the Tampa Bay Rays who happen to have the best record in all of baseball.  It's no secret that the Mets have been a struggling baseball team and are a few games below .500.  The pitching staff has not been good and the offense has been virtually non existent, until last night.  The Mets dropped the first game vs the Rays and were trailing 5-2 in the bottom of the 9th inning and then Francisco Alvarez hit a three run bomb with two outs to tie the game.  The Rays then go ahead in the top of the 10th and the Mets were then down 7-5 in the bottom of the 10th with two outs.  Then Pete Alonso stepped into the box and hit a walk off three run homer and the Mets had an amazing comeback win.

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MJ and I were joined by our good friend ESPN SportsCenter anchor Randy Scott earlier this morning right here on Big Board Sports.  MJ asked him how big of a win t would be for the Mets and below is what he said...

A win like this can propel a team like the Mets moving forward and could catapult them in the right direction.  Kodai Senga was tremendous last night going six strong innings and having 12 strikeouts which is very impressive especially vs the Rays.  Let's see if the Mets can win the series and get rolling here sooner rather than later.

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